Author: Amy

Speech-To-Text

Have you ever recorded your class lecture and then spent countless hours listening to the playback? Have you desperately wished that you could just skim a transcription of the audio? Speech-To-Text software—a program that will transcribe pre-recorded audio to text—is a request we at the CSDTech Team get a lot! Many of you are familiar […]

Fall 2017 National Scholarship for Students with Disabilities

The Fall 2017  National Scholarship Competition for College Students with Disabilities applications are now open! disABLEDperson Inc., is awarding $2,000 (two thousand dollars) through this competition, which will end on November 12, 2017. To participate, follow these simple steps: Write an essay with no more than 1000 words. Next, you need to register for the […]

Read and Write Fact Folder

When you write a research paper, does your bookmark bar in your browser ever look like this? Just a list of links and page titles. Collecting the information, without a doubt is the easiest step. The hardest will be going back through all these pages, rereading, quoting, citing, collecting images, paraphrasing–shall I go on? However, […]

Sign Language Interpretation Gloves

  Researchers around the world have been exploring a growing problem in the deaf community: how to facilitate communication between the 360 million people with hearing impairments and the orally-spoken world. Sign language is commonly taught to the deaf, however, rarely taught to the hearing members of the community. As a result, a communication gap […]

Trello

Ever have trouble keeping track of group projects with classmates, research deadlines or progress with professors? How about staying stocked on milk in your apartment between your roommates? Trello may be the app for you! Trello is a free organizational tool that allows you to make and share notecards with collaborators. This app sends notifications […]